Ingrid M. Robinson is the President of the Houston Minority Supplier Development Council (HMSDC). HMSDC is a business development organization designed to actively involve its members, both minority business enterprises and major corporations in efforts to increase and expand business opportunities and business growth for Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) while driving excellence in supplier diversity and supplier development.  Currently, HMSDC’s membership is comprised of more than 130 major corporations and close to 600 minority businesses.  HMSDC MBEs have a total economic impact of $22.8 billion dollars on the economy with over $17.1 billion dollars in annual revenue that results in the creation and/or preservation of more than 67,000 jobs.

Robinson serves on the Board of Directors for the Port of Houston Authority Small Business Advisory Council and Black Greeks Speak and is actively involved in the National Association of Women MBA’s. She is a former board member of the Houston Area Urban League, the Louisiana Minority Business Council and Diversity Information Resources.